HMS Handcrafted Model Ships Star of India 7 Star of India 7" P2597647HMS-STAR-OF-INDIA-7 https://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/HMS/HMS-STAR-OF-INDIA-7.jpg Handcrafted Model Ships Star of India 7 Star of India 7" 2597647 842010130403 1.00lbs 0.00 0.00 0.00
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Model: HMS-STAR-OF-INDIA-7
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Product Description

Dimensions: 7" L x 2" W x 6" H

Star of India 7" Description

NOT A MODEL SHIP KIT

Sold Fully Assembled - Ready for Immediate Display

Originally a merchant ship built to sail between India and England, the legendary Star of India is faithfully reproduced here in this delightful 7" toy model. Handcrafted from 100% wood, painted in exquisite detail, and completed with realistic sails and rigging, this model toy makes the perfect gift for any child or nautical enthusiast. You can still see her docked at the San Diego Maritime Museum in California, or instead bring her sophistication and style home to you with this wonderful model ship.


  • Arrives fully assembled with all sails mounted
  • 13 handsewn white cloth sails
  • Handcrafted wooden hull and masts
  • 2 anchors with metal chain attached
  • Metal nameplate on wooden base identifies the ship as the Star of India

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